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WATTSBURG AREA Elementary Center


2016 – 2017
10780 Wattsburg Road

Erie, PA 16509
Main Office (814) 824-3400 ext. 4152

Fax: (814) 825-0302
Transportation - Durham School Services: (814) 824-4113

The Wattsburg Area School District challenges all students with rigorous,

differentiated instruction provided by a caring staff.

  • We believe that each student is unique and can learn when given support and daily opportunities to grow.

  • We believe that instruction should be provided to each learner based on his/her individual need.

  • We believe that schools and families should work together to help each student develop a positive self-concept and realize his/her full potential.

  • We believe that a dedicated, continually educated staff will improve the quality of education.

Mr. Ken Berlin

Ms. Leslee Hutchinson

Assistant to the Superintendent


Dr. Andrew Pushchak, President

Mrs. Brenda Sandberg, Vice President
Mr. Eric Duda

Dr. Bill Hallock

Mrs. Nancy McNally

Mr. Marty Pushchak

Mr. Joshua Paris

Mr. Aaron Snippert

Mrs. Amanda Thayer-Zacks

Wattsburg Area Elementary Center

Mrs. Audrey A. Coletta, Principal

Mrs. Hillary R. Barboni, Acting Principal/Assistant Principal

The Wattsburg Area School District does not discriminate on the basis of gender, race, color, age, natural origin, or disability in the admission or access to, or treatment, or employment in its programs or activities in compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 as amended, and The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

For information regarding civil rights or grievance procedures, or for information regarding services, activities, or facilities that are accessible to and usable by handicapped persons, the Title IX and Section 504 Coordinator at (814) 824-3400.


Daily Schedule




Dress Code

Emergency Closings

Emergency Drills

Field Trips

Holiday Parties

Student Records


Toys and “Share Days”

Pet Visitation Procedures

Party Invitations

Contacting Teachers

Classroom Visitations

Parent-Teacher Organization (PTO)



Report Cards

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Academic Curriculum

Support Programs

Testing Program

Communicable Diseases and Common Illnesses

Medication Policy

Fluoride Program


Head Lice

Health Screenings

Student Responsibilities

School Rules

After School Detention

Suspension and Expulsion

Surveillance Cameras


Volunteer Policy




Wattsburg Area School District

Wattsburg Area Elementary Center

2016-2017 School Calendar
August 30 First Student Day
September 5 No School – all WASD schools – Labor Day
October 10 No School – all WASD schools – Act 80 Day

November 1 End of Quarter

11 No School - Act 80 day - Parent/Teacher conferences

Wattsburg Elementary and Wattsburg Middle only

23-28 No School – all WASD schools – Thanksgiving vacation

December 26-30 No School – all WASD schools – Christmas vacation

January 2 No School – all WASD schools- Vacation

13 No School – all WASD schools – Snow Make-up Day if needed

16 No School – Martin Luther King Day

19 End of Quarter

20 No School – all WASD schools – Teacher In-Service day
February 17 No School – all WASD schools – Act 80 Day

20 No School – all WASD schools – President’s Day Holiday

March 17 No School – all WASD schools – Snow Make-up Day if needed

20 No School – all WASD schools – Snow Make-up Day if needed

29 End of Quarter
April 3-7 PSSA Testing – third and fourth grade students

12 No School – all WASD schools – Snow Make-up Day if needed

13-17 No School – all WASD schools – Easter vacation

24-28 PSSA Testing – third and fourth grade students

May 1-5, 8-11 PSSA Testing – third and fourth grade students

3-5 Kindergarten Registration

12 No School – all WASD schools – Act 80 Day

26 No School – all WASD schools – Snow Make-up Day if needed

29 No School – all WASD schools - Memorial Day
June 8 Last Student Day

****Please remember, all dates are subject to change

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

Notice for Directory Information

The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), a Federal law, requires that school districts, with certain exceptions, obtain your written consent prior to the disclosure of personally identifiable information from your child’s education records. However, Districts may disclose appropriately designated “directory information” without written consent, unless you have advised the District to the contrary in accordance with District procedures. The primary purpose of directory information is to allow the Wattsburg Area School District to include this type of information from your child’s education records in certain school publications. Examples include:

  • A playbill, showing your student’s role in a drama production;

  • The annual yearbook;

  • Honor Roll or other recognition lists;

  • Graduation programs; and

  • Sports activity sheets, such as for wrestling, showing weight and height of team members.

Directory information, which is information that is generally not considered harmful or an invasion of privacy if released, can also be disclosed to outside organizations without a parent’s prior written consent. Outside organizations include, but are not limited to, companies that manufacture class rings or publish yearbooks. In addition, two federal laws require local educational agencies (LEAs) receiving assistance under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 (ESEA) to provide military recruiters directory information, upon request—unless parents have advised the LEA that they do not want their student’s information disclosed without prior written consent.1

If you do not want the Wattsburg Area School District to disclose directory information from your child’s education records without your prior written consent, you must notify the District in writing by October 1 of each school year. The Wattsburg Area School District has designated the following information as directory information.

  • Student’s name

  • Address

  • Telephone listing

  • Electronic mail address

  • Photograph

  • Date and place of birth

  • Major field of study

  • Dates of attendance

  • Grade level

  • Participation in officially recognized activities and sports

  • Weight and height of members of athletic teams

  • Degrees, honors, and awards received

  • The post recent educational agency


Student School Day Hours 8:50 a.m. – 3:40 p.m.
Breakfast Program 8:30 a.m. – 9:00 a.m.
Homeroom Begins 8:50 a.m.

Dismissal Begins 3:35 p.m.

Teachers’ hours are as follows: 8:35 a.m. – 3:50 p.m.
The school’s office hours are from 7:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. To contact the school office by phone, dial (814) 824-3400, extension 4152.
All students are eligible for bus transportation to and from school. However, parents may opt to drive their children to and from school. Bus transportation is provided by Durham School Services.

Due to safety concerns:

Students are not permitted to walk, bicycle, roller skate, roller blade, or skateboard to school.

Vehicles are not permitted to park in the back parking lot during arrival and dismissal.

Pedestrians are not permitted to walk in the back parking lot during arrival and dismissal.
Bus Riders:

Students who are transported on busses arrive between 8:30 a.m. and 8:50 a.m. Students who eat breakfast at school or participate in Walking Club will be dismissed from the busses and report to the cafeteria or gym. If busses arrive prior to 8:50 a.m., drivers supervise the students on busses until 8:48 a.m. when drivers dismiss children to enter the school. The students are required to report directly to their classrooms. At dismissal, bus riders are escorted to their busses by homeroom teachers beginning at approximately 3:40 p.m.

Children must be transported to and from the same bus stop location five days per week. If parents need to change their child’s bus stop, parents must submit a written request to the transportation coordinator at least two days in advance. In the interest of children’s safety, neither the transportation coordinator nor the elementary center staff will make changes to children’s bus stops based on phone contact from parents. The transportation supervisor will approve transporting children to a babysitter’s home if the new bus stop does not extend an existing bus route.
Car Riders:

Parents who drive their children to school must drop children off at the front entrance rather than the bus entrance. Children should arrive between 8:30 a.m. and 8:48 a.m. If arrival is prior to 8:48 a.m., students report directly to the elementary center library where staff members are on hand to supervise children. If parents transport children to school before 8:30 a.m., parents must supervise their children until 8:30 a.m. Children who arrive after 8:50 a.m. are considered tardy and must report to the school office before going to their classroom.

Picking Students Up For Dismissal:
In an effort to ensure the students’ safety, parents who choose to pick up their child/children after school are required to send a note to their child’s homeroom teacher which includes the date, name of person picking up the child/children, and the parent’s signature. The person picking up the child or children must have identification available to show to school personnel. In the event that an unexpected pick-up is necessary, please call the office immediately in order to notify the secretaries. The secretaries will inform the homeroom teacher of the change in transportation. Parents should arrive at the school and sign the clipboard at the main office by 3:25 p.m. At 3:35 p.m., all children who are being picked up are given an orange card and called to the cafeteria. Parents are not permitted to pick up their children at the bus loading area or from classrooms. Also, no parking is permitted in the “Bus Loading” zone directly in front of the elementary center.
On Fridays only, parents may give permission for children to ride a bus to a friend’s home. Parents must send a note to their child’s teacher and include the date, the friend’s name, bus number the child will ride, the friend’s address, and the parent’s signature. Both parents are required to submit notes with the same information.

We appreciate your cooperation with the arrival and dismissal procedures which make the beginning and the end of the day organized to ensure student safety.

If you have questions about your child’s bus, please call Durham School Services at 824-4113.

The Peaceful Bus Program was implemented at the Wattsburg Area Elementary Center in April of 2011 in order to promote positive bus behavior ensuring rider safety. Currently at Kindergarten Orientation, the new students participate in a program that teaches the bus rules and bus safety. Throughout the school year, the bus drivers, administration, and staff work together to teach and reinforce the bus rules, extend the Olweus Anti-Bullying program to the bus environment by establishing the expectation of respectful bus behavior, and teaching students about rider safety. As deemed necessary, a bus route group may meet to discuss how to resolve issues that exist on the bus or engage in an activity that teaches appropriate behavior. The lessons can occur on the busses, in a classroom, or in the auditorium. If a bus route meeting does occur, parents will receive notification concerning the reason for the meeting. Finally, the students also practice the emergency drills which are a state requirement. The bus drivers, educational staff, and administrators sincerely appreciate your support in order to promote and reinforce positive bus behavior with your child/children.

Pennsylvania Code

Title 18-Crimes and Offenses

Chapter 55 – Riot, Disorderly Conduct and Related Offenses

§ 5517. Unauthorized school bus entry.

(a) Offense defined.--A person who enters a school bus

without prior authorization of the driver or a school official

with intent to commit a crime or disrupt or interfere with the

driver or a person who enters a school bus without prior

authorization of the driver or a school official who refuses to

disembark after being ordered to do so by the driver commits a

misdemeanor of the third degree.
The following 10 rules provide information about bus conduct. These rules do not take the place of the district’s official rules of bus conduct. However, these rules apply specifically to elementary bus riders. (In addition, the universal school rules are still in effect during the bus rides which include: take care of yourself, take care of each other, and take care of your bus.)

  1. Arrive at the bus stop on time so that your bus will stay on schedule. (The students should arrive on the bus stop 5 minutes before pick up.)

  2. If crossing the road to board the bus, students must always stay alert, check for traffic, cross only with red bus lights flashing, and cross 10 feet in front of the bus.

  3. Obey the driver’s instructions.

  4. Keep your hands, feet, and other objects to yourself.

  5. Stay seated.

  6. Be courteous and respectful.

  7. Keep the bus clean.

  8. If an item does not fit in your backpack, hold it on your lap. If an item is too large to hold on your lap, do not bring it on the bus.

  9. Do not bring live animals, including fish, on the bus.

  10. Do not bring glass objects on the bus.

11. Throwing items inside or out of the bus is not allowed.

Our Peaceful School Bus Rules

Stay seated at all times; the driver may tell you where to sit.

Always respect others, the bus, and yourself.

Flinging things in or out of the bus is not allowed.

Early – be out and ready 5 minutes before pickup.

Talk quietly; no hurtful words.

You are responsible for your actions.
Students who are transported in a school bus or other school vehicle are under the authority of the bus driver and/or the coach or advisor. The building principals are responsible for determining the guilt or innocence of students charged with violating the Bus Discipline Procedures. The consequences specified for the minor and major offenses are cumulative. For example, if a student has one minor offense on his/her record and is disciplined again for a major offense, the student will receive a major second offense consequence.
Minor Offenses
The following are considered minor offenses:

  1. Being too loud

  2. Refusing to follow clear and specific instructions

  3. Being discourteous to others, e.g. pushing, teasing

  4. Displaying inappropriate affection, e.g. kissing

  5. Refusing to stay seated

  6. Eating or drinking without permission

  7. Littering inside the bus

Consequences for minor offenses include the following:

  1. The bus driver may choose to . . .

  • Talk with student about the problem.

  • Assign the student to a different seat.

  • Create a written log of the incident.

  • Submit a written incident report to the transportation supervisor and/or principal.

  1. If the driver files an incident report, the elementary principal will contact the student’s parents to discuss the problem. Depending on the nature of the misconduct, the elementary principal will assign one or more of the consequences listed below.

  • Take away recess.

  • Create a behavior booklet for bus rides.

  • Have the guidance counselor speak with the student.

  • Assign detention.

  • Take away student’s riding privileges.

Major Offenses
The following are considered major offenses:

  1. Being defiant or disrespectful to the bus driver

  2. Using profane language or obscene gestures

  3. Purposely distracting the driver

  4. Littering outside the bus

  5. Possessing weapons or using lighters or matches

  6. Being physically aggressive toward others, e.g. biting, hitting, fighting, throwing objects

  7. Using tobacco or other illegal substances

  8. Refusing to follow emergency procedures

  9. Causing damage to the bus*

Consequences for major offenses include the following:

First Offense

The bus driver files a written incident report with the transportation supervisor, and the transportation supervisor forwards the report to the elementary principal, who notifies the student’s parents. The elementary principal also meets with the student and assigns an appropriate consequence as listed above in the “minor offenses” section.

Second Offense

See “first offense.” Also, the elementary principal may suspend riding privileges for up to ten days.

Severe Offenses

Depending on the type of misconduct, students may immediately receive “second offense” consequences.

*Students who damage the interior or exterior of a bus must repay the school district for damages they incur.
*After a student has a committed a bus offense, a written notice may be sent home providing a written warning which indicates that the next offense will, most likely, result in a bus suspension. (This letter is included in the Student Handbook for parents to review.)
Children may purchase breakfast and lunch each day, or parents may opt to pack lunches for their children. Children may purchase milk separately. If children purchase meals at school, they use their personal four-digit account number. Parents may deposit money into their child’s account throughout the school year by sending cash or checks payable to the Wattsburg Area School District in care of the child’s homeroom teacher. To purchase a meal, students access their account number, and the cost of the meal is deducted from their account. The cafeteria manager regularly sends home meal account statements so that parents know the status of their child’s meal account. Also, children receive menus for each month in the school’s monthly newsletters and the menu is on the website, www.wattsburg.org.
Students who at times need to “charge” their lunch may do so. Students simply follow their classroom’s procedure to sign up for a meal. Students must tell the cashier that they are charging their lunch. Parents will receive a written reminder to pay their child’s charge if the child’s account is not paid within a week.
National School Lunch and Breakfast Application
The National School Lunch and Breakfast Application is included in the packet of information that is sent home on the first day of school. Free and reduced meals are available to families who meet federal income guidelines. Pennsylvania state regulations require families to complete a new application updating your income each school year. You only need to complete one application per family for students in Kindergarten through 12th grade. However, if you are fostering children, each foster child must have his or her own application. Regardless if you are applying for free or reduced meals, please fill out this application and return to the district as soon as possible (or prior to October 1st). This form also provides the Wattsburg Area School District with the necessary data that assists with qualifying and attaining funding from other financial sources such as grants. We need the most accurate and detailed information and the only way to obtain it is to have all families complete the form. Your cooperation is sincerely appreciated in order to provided us additional opportunities to enhance our educational programs
Your information is highly confidential and is sent directly to the administration office for record keeping. In addition, you can complete the form online at www.compass.state.pa.us or mail the application directly to Janet Mullaney, Food Service Director. If you have any questions as you are completing the form, please call the Elementary Guidance Counselor, Jan Pelensky, at 814-824-3400 extension 4141. If, during the school year, your income changes and you wish to apply for the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program you can contact the office and an application will be provided to you.
Students may purchase a healthy breakfast between 8:30 a.m. and 8:55 a.m. each day. Breakfast is not served on days with a 2-hour delay.

The following are the costs for breakfast:

Breakfast $1.10

Reduced Breakfast $0.30

Students may purchase a nutritious lunch during their thirty minute lunch period. According to Pennsylvania Nutritional Standards, the cafeteria no longer offers or serves double lunches to elementary students. The option of purchasing a salad bar lunch occurs each week on Tuesdays and Thursdays and ice cream is sold only on Fridays.

The following are the costs for lunch:

Lunch $2.25 Milk (8 oz.) $0.50

Reduced Lunch $0.40 Ice Cream $0.75


  1. Sit at one of the four tables where your class is assigned to eat lunch.

  2. After getting your lunch, stay seated until you are dismissed by a lunch aide to take care of your trash, tray, and silverware.

  3. Talk quietly with others at your table; use good table manners.

  4. Before leaving the cafeteria, clean the area in which you are sitting.

  5. Follow the school rules:

    • Take care of yourself.

    • Take care of others.

    • Take care of the school environment.


Currently, a card system is utilized. A student will miss 5 to 10 minutes off their recess if a yellow card is received. If a red card is given to a student, he or she will miss their entire recess. A student may surpass steps one and two when applicable.

STEP ONE: Receive a verbal reminder.

STEP TWO Receive a yellow card. (Must be given to the teacher with an explanation of actions.)

STEP THREE: Receive a red card. (Must be given to the teacher with an explanation of actions.)


        • Moved to a different seat and/or separate table or removal from the cafeteria to eat in the office conference room.

        • Written up on a behavioral report with possible consequences based on the school discipline policy.

        • Meet with a principal, who may set further consequences according to the school discipline policy. Parents will be notified of frequent misbehavior.

The PA Department of Education and the schools of the Commonwealth are obligated to comply with state and federal requirements for student attendance and truancy.
The Board establishes that students shall be temporarily excused from attending school for the following reasons:

1. Illness or recovery from an accident.

2. Death in the family.

3. Court appearance.

4. Family emergency.

5. Impassable road (bus did not pick up the student).

6. Weather emergency (parent/guardian exercises discretion in not sending the student to school).

7. Doctor’s appointment which cannot be scheduled for after school hours.

8. Dentist’s appointment which cannot be scheduled for after school hours.

9. Educational trips pre-approved but not sponsored by the school district.

10. Educational trips sponsored by the school district.
If students are absent for reasons other than the above, or if no reason is provided, the absence is considered “unlawful.”
When a child returns from being absent, parents must send an excuse to the homeroom teacher. Please include the child’s name, reason for absence, date(s) of absence, and parent’s signature. If a child is dismissed early or arrives late at school because the child had a doctor or dentist appointment, parents must provide a signed excuse from the doctor or dentist’s office that includes the date and time of the appointment.
Children must arrive at school by 8:50 a.m. Children who arrive after 8:50 a.m. are tardy and must report to the school office and sign in before going to their classroom. Parents will be notified in all cases of excessive tardiness. Students who arrive after 12:15 p.m. will be marked absent for ½ day and students who leave before 12:15 p.m. will be marked absent for ½ day.

If a child must leave school early, parents are required to notify the classroom teacher in writing. The letter must include the date, reason for leaving, name of person picking up the child/children, and the parent’s signature. The person picking up the child or children must have identification available to show to school personnel. In the event that an unexpected pick-up is necessary, please call the office immediately in order to notify the secretaries. Parents must pick up and sign out children from the school office. Note that a secretary will call children to the office once parents arrive at the school and check in at the school office. Teachers are not permitted to send children to the office for early dismissal. Again, when a parent arrives at school, a secretary will call the child’s classroom to have the child report to the office. This procedure allows teachers and children to maximize instructional time.
All children in Pennsylvania between the ages of 8 and 17 are subject to compulsory attendance laws. Any unexcused absence of children in this age group is unlawful. If parents enroll a child prior to the child’s eighth birthday, any unexcused absence of that child is also considered unlawful. School administrators are authorized to excuse absences from school for necessary and justifiable reasons as indicated on page 11. Excuses for nonattendance must be in writing and signed by a parent or guardian of the student. If a school principal or attendance officer believes that an excuse is not authentic, s/he shall take such steps as are necessary to check the authenticity of the reasons cited in the excuse or of the signature. Forged or inaccurate excuses will result in the student’s absence being marked unlawful for the day or days in question.
Note: Compulsory school age refers to the period of a child’s life from the time the child enters school as a beginner, which may be no later than at the age of 8 years, until the age of 17 or upon graduation from high school, whichever comes first. A beginner is a child who enters a school district’s lowest elementary school grade.
Regulations for Unlawful Absences

  1. It is the responsibility of the parent/guardian to submit in writing a reason for their child’s absence upon the child’s return to school.

  2. The student is responsible for making up school work missed when absent. At their discretion, teachers may assign alternate assignments.

  3. If an excuse is not submitted within three days of the student returning to school, the absence is recorded as unlawful.

  4. When a student has accumulated three days of unlawful absences or its equivalent, it is considered a First Offense. The principal or his/her designee:

  • Shall serve written notice to the parents or guardian of the student

  • May also arrange a face-to-face or telephone conference with the parents or guardian

  1. After the first offense notification, the next unlawful absence constitutes a Second Offense. The principal or his/her designee will then refer the case to the local magistrate for violation of the compulsory attendance law. The principal or his/her designee, at his/her option, may also file a petition to adjudicate the student in juvenile court proceedings.

  2. Each subsequent unlawful absence will be treated like another Second Offense as described above.

After a student has been absent for seven days in a school year, the principal will send a letter of notification to the child’s parents/guardian. After a student has been absent for ten days in a school year, the principal will send a second letter, notifying parents that further absences will require a doctor’s excuse. When parents fail to supply a doctor’s excuse, the absence may be considered “unlawful.” When a child demonstrates significant and sustained improvement in attendance, the principal may deem that a doctor’s excuse is no longer needed.
The Board recognizes that student travel with parents/guardians under certain conditions can provide a very rewarding educational experience. All nonschool-sponsored educational trips that will result in the absence of the student must be pre-approved by the Superintendent or designee. Approval will be contingent on the following conditions:

1. The students participating in a nonschool-sponsored trip must be under the supervision of the parent/guardian or another adult acceptable to the Superintendent.

2. The parents/guardians must submit a travel itinerary to the Superintendent or designee.

3. The itinerary will include a description of the educational activities that are to be experienced by the student.

4. It is the obligation of the parent to notify teachers no less than five (5) days in advance of commencement of the trip and to procure all school assignments. The student will be required to make up any work that is missed during the trip. The parents/guardians will be required to sign a statement acknowledging these responsibilities of the student.

5. No nonschool-sponsored educational trip will be approved by the Superintendent or designee if it results in an absence of more than ten (10) days unless it is justified by the academic and attendance records of the student. In no case will an approved trip result in more than twenty (20) days of absence.

6. The student may be required to submit a report to the principal regarding the educational aspects of the trip upon returning to school.

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